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Camera issues I have the Canon Rebel G EOS film camera. When there is no film in the camera, you can look through and "take pictures" fine. But when you put film IN the camera, all you see is black.The film is loaded right, the camera is clean, the batteries are good. Its like the shutter is stuck. We have used this camera for a little over 5 years now without a problem, no all of a sudden its having this problem..Any ideas???

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Check your mirror lock up switch. This function is used for long exposures locking the mirror in the up position to reduce vibration before the shutter is released, but you will not be able to use the view finder.

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